The Pokemon announcements came fast and furious today, and now Nintendo and Game Freak have one more for us fans. The Galarian Slowpoke has wandered in from the Isle of Armor and is out in the world right now. This is the first major tease ahead of the new expansion pass coming later this year.
Game Freak has been hard at work on their new little RPG, Little Town Hero. The story sets up The hero Axe as a bit of a mystery. His imagination runs wild, and not in a very standard way. The colorful world of Little Town Hero is racked by monsters of all kinds, and there’s
The hype and exciting surrounding anything to do with the Pokemon brand is hard to overstate. The card game alone has shipped tens of billions of cards to millions of fans over the years. The video game franchises, anime and manga properties and merchandising have turned the Pocket Monsters into a genuine force in the
So with the launch of Pokemon Sword and Shield on the Switch, fans of the franchise will be looking for the best competitive edge they can get, just like in the scene surrounding any other mainline Pokemon title. Trouble is, the Switch iteration of the long-running JRPG property is really shaking things up, and these
Game Freak angered some Pokemon fans when they announced new details about Pokemon Sword and Shield at E3 2019. For one thing, the full 800+ strong roster of monsters from all the previous games will not be making the jump to the Galar region that’s the setting for the new Switch title. This is because
Game Freak was on hand during this year’s E3 2019 Nintendo Treehouse to talk a bit about their upcoming game, Pokemon Sword and Shield. During the quick bit of screen time the game got, something very interesting was revealed. And it’s a bit of news that’s sure to upset some fans. The news centers around
The launch trailer for Pokémon Let’s Go, Pikachu! and Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee! has a special treat for fans of the legendarily cheesy anime. One thing in particular fans will remember is the catchy theme song that brings out the nostalgia and childhood wonderment in all fans, new and old. The trailer itself opens with